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Mellon Fellowships

The programme of Mellon Fellowships was established in 1993 by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to enable Bulgarian, Czech, Estonian, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian and Slovak scholars in the humanities and social sciences to carry out research at advanced study institutes in European countries. NIAS was one of the fourteen institutes participating in the Mellon Fellowship programme.

The programme was discontinued in 2010.

Mellon Fellows at NIAS

I.A. Tudorie Early Modern History 2013/14
C.O. Verdes Literature 2012/13
P. Wasiak Sociology 2011/12
J.B. Tyrowicz Institutional Economics 2009/10
T. Demeter Philosophy of Science 2008/09
C. Luca Early Modern History 2008/09
M. Szentpéteri Intellectual History 2006/07
T. Zarycki Sociology of Politics 2006/07
A. Realo Personality Psychology 2005/06
J. Spassova-Dikova Theatre Theory 2005/06
D. Stanciu Political Philosophy 2005/06
M.R. Gurova Archaeology 2004/05
I.C. Kaminsky European Law 2004/05
B.K. Manchev Bulgarian Philology 2003/04
G.I. Valtchinova Historical Anthropology 2003/04
L. Avram Language Acquisition 2002/03
V. Blažek Comparative Linguistics 2002/03
N.P. Theodossiev Archaeology 2002/03
M. Eltchinova Ethnology 2001/02
A Kostov Economic History 2001/02
I.M.C. Craciun-Fischer German Literature 2000/01
D.D. Parusheva Balkan History 2000/01
M. Rabušicová Pedagogics 1999/2000
L.L. Zinovieva Organisational Psychology 1999/2000
A. Szahaj Philosophy 1998/99
M.I. Stamenov Psycholinguistics 1998/99
K. Elschek Archaeology 1997/98
O. Kotková History of Art 1997/98
S. Judycki Philosophy 1996/97
A. Wišniewski Philosophy 1996/97
W. Aniol Political Science 1995/96
J. Paja-Stach Musicology 1995/96
D. Malová Political Science 1994/95
M. Piechowiak Philosophy 1994/95
I. Kotowska Demography 1993/94
J. Hoffmannová Linguistics 1993/94


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